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Monday, 10 Sep 2012
In light of the ongoing trial against Samsung, it is rumored that the first batch of the highly anticipated new iPhone (scheduled to be announced this Wednesday) will not use Samsung memory chips.
Friday, 7 Sep 2012
The Telegraph reports that Apple will very likely drop the iPhone 3GS once the company introduces the iPhone 5 next week and could possibly also add the 8GB version of the iPhone 4 into the lineup as the primary entry-level iPhone.
The next-gen iPhone will not be the only device making its mark on the 12th and will be sharing the stage with "a string of new iPods" that includes at least two updated iPod versions and possibly a third, 9to5Mac reports.
IE10 users in Windows 8 may be at risk due security vulnerabilities in the browser's embedded Flash player. Microsoft has not release software patches for these security flaws as the company has yet to officially launch its Windows 8 operating system.
Home theater fans with deep-enough pockets for LG's upcoming 84-inch LM9600 4K TV can expect it to go on sale here sometime during the first week of October.
Micron and SanDisk shares both jumped after OCZ lowered its forecast for second quarter earnings due to an impending shortage of NAND memory chips.
Rumor has it that Apple is preparing a new service. After having a look at the success of internet radio and music streaming site Pandora, they might be working on launching a similar product of their own.
Amazon today launched Kindle Fire HD tablets in 7-inch, 8.9-inch and LTE versions. In addition, it also unveiled an upgraded Kindle Fire that is priced lower than the Google Nexus 7.
Thursday, 6 Sep 2012
Nokia's recent launch of two new Lumia smartphones, packed with Windows Phone 8, were greeted by a dip in share prices during and after the announcement.
Samsung has sold over 20 million units of the Galaxy S III to date, 100 days after its launch in May.